He exhibited at the 42nd Biennale de Venezia, Italy, 1986 and the Smithsonian in Washinton D.C., 1990. Ars Electronica a major international competition on computers and the arts held in Austria each year, awarded him prizes in 1989 and 1990. (This competition is sponsored by Siemans with over $100,000 in prizes.)
Dr. Maurizio Calvesi, the highly regarded art historian and art critic wrote a very supportive commentary about his artwork in the prestigious Italian magazine Art and Dossier, November, 1990.
A Ph.d dissertation was completed on Charles Csuri's Art and Research at New York University in 1991. The dissertation documents the historical significance of Csuri's work and it represents the first attempt to develop a phenomenological tool for evaluating computer images.
The Smithsonian Magazine, February, 1995 used one of his images for the cover and included a major article about his work and career. Siggraph the International Computer Graphics Conference in 1996 (50,000 attendees) exhibited his art work, used one of his images on the cover of their proceedings, and honored him at a special reception.
Siggraph has also offically recognized him as a computer graphics pioneer. A photographic portrait of Charles Csuri is now in the Computer Museum, Boston, Massachusetts.